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photo on facebook. a feud between two neighbors goes out of control after one man bulldozed the other's home. it was because of an ongoing feud. that makes more sense. >> that's pretty bad for the ugly. >> "fox & friends" starts right now. >> bye. good morning to you and your family. it's wednesday, september 7th. i'm ainsley earhardt. another benghazi bombshell for hillary clinton. did her team try to manipulate the questions that she would be asked in that first congressional hearing? this morning we may find out what difference it all really does make. >> well, finally. meanwhile, donald trump promises to release his tax returns absolutely immediately as soon as this happens. >> when is she going to release her e-mail? she knows how to find it. let her release her e-mails and i'll release my tax returns
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immediately. >> that's a deal. that as the two get ready to go face to face. >> and it was a long shot from a basket from across the lecture hall. if he hits it, the whole class gets an a. would he? [ cheers and applause ] >> i believe the answer is yes. this hour that student and the professor join us live to talk about anything but the curriculum. mornings are better with friends. and smoke music. >> right. >> barbecue mobile from our friends at mission barbecue. they have a number of locations throughout the northeast. they're very patriotic. these are the folks who at noon
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every day play the national anthem. >> that's what happens when you cook barbecue for a long time. it peels off the bone. >> is that what they mean by pulled barbecue. >> i think that's a pork bone there. >> pork butt. we have a huge show with so many celebrities coming on our show. so many politicians. governor mike pence, chafitz, martina mcbride, shaquille o'neal as well as melissa jones heart. >> let's hope jeff ross wears that jacket. >> whoever is running the projector. >> we're taking the 1970s by storm. got a busy three hours. kicks off right now. and a brand-new e-mail bombshell for hillary clinton this morning. i know you've heard a lot of them. this is a new one. >> shocker. new claims that she and her staff tried to plant questions
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during her first hearing on benghazi. >> yeah. it was just an e-mail to chelsea. now clinton incessantly trying to flip the script. mike emmanuel is live on the campaign trail. mike, for the record i can flip your script. you keep all your scripts in your noggin. >> reporter: good morning, brian, steve, ainsley. hillary clinton is back talking national security after weeks of questions about her e-mail controversy and the clinton foundation. clinton was in tampa near the home of the u.s. military central command after attacking donald trump on his vision. trump is very loose in his take about nuclear weapons and she ripped donald trump on how he would deal with the threats from isis. >> and when it comes to fighting isis, he has been all over the map. you would have to literally map it out. he's talked about letting syria become a free zone for isis. look at the map, donald.
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he says he has a secret plan to defeat isis, but the secret is he has no plan. >> reporter: this comes as there is a new report from my colleague katherine herrige on new e-mails from after the 2012 bens attack. a clinton aide wrote chelsea clinton and said, quote, we wired it that menendez would provide an opportunity to address two topics we needed to debunk, her actions/whereabouts on 9/11 and these e-mail from chris stevens about moving locations. bob menendez was the acting chair of the foreign relations committee at the time. chris stevens, of course, was the u.s. ambassador that was killed on the benghazi attack. we haven't gotten a comment from the clinton campaign. >> no kidding. >> comment. they gaut caught.
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they got nailed. >> she wanted certain topics discussed. right out of the gate those were the topics discussed by this democratic individual sitting on the panel. >> you brought up last night the new host of the 7:00 show, keith said, listen, it's not new for a party friendly to the party in power in the executive branch to have topics that are friendly. however, when it comes to scripting the topics and questions, that's new. >> it is. by the way, there's more. the chairman of the house gove reforms committee, jason chafitz has written a letter to the u.s. attorney for washington, d.c. they want them to investigate and look at the facts. there's jason chafitz going to be with us later on. why after congress subpoenaed a number of hillary clinton's e-mails after benghazi did an i.t. guy working for hillary clinton destroy them?
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that is against the law and it looks like they were just thumbing their nose and nobody would ever get caught. well, now, as it turns out, people are getting caught because we've got a whole bunch of fbi records and other freedom of information act records. >> question, were they covering up evidence, violating statutes? why did they purge e-mails. >> it's illegal. >> and they got caught. >> and he's going to talk about what they do congressly. the probe is not over, james comey is not true. julian assange, you can't avoid what he does is news. he went on with sean hannity last night. he's been following what's been going on here from the ecuadorian embassy in brittain where he's hold up. >> very exclusive. >> he got on with us. he said, listen, i've been watching this testimony and what's just come out. there is no way that hillary clinton does not know about
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classification symbols. list listenen. >> everything she said she knows what in brackets it stands for. everyone knows it stands for classified confidential. in fact, we have already released thousands of cables by hillary clinton. here she is. clinton with a c in brackets right there. thousands of these where she herself you can see in brackets and signed it off and more than 22,000 times that she has received cables from others with the c in brackets. so it's absolutely incredible for her to lie. she is lying about us knowing what that is. >> she said she thought it was numbering the paragraphs, cb3 but there was no a and b or d. >> how long has she been in
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government? >> 400 billion years. >> she knows what c means. >> we have to go by her word. the fbi bought it. >> they say they will release batches of her e-mail in the coming weeks to prove that she is a liar. speaking of not liar, just mass amnesia. coming up in the next hour, we're going to talk about how the rnc has gone through the fbi transcripts, they've gone through the transcripts on ca capitol hill. they have revealed that hillary clinton and her team have mass amnesia for the most part. 327 times they said either i don't remember or i can't recall. 327. keep in mind, a lot of them are lawyers and they know how to work it. >> if you have the answer, you answer it because it will exonerate it. >> but if you give the answer and it gets you in trouble, that you don't remember. >> a lot of people are saying they want donald trump to release the tax returns.
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he's saying he'll release the tax returns when hillary does this. listen to trump, listen to hillary. >> clearly his tax returns tell a story that the american people deserve and need to know and if he's going to pursue this campaign, he owes it to the american people to come clean and release those tax returns. >> nobody cares about it except some of the folks in the media. nobody cares about it. how does she talk about my tax returns when she has 33,000 e-mails that she deleted. when is she going to delete her e-mails? she probably knows how to find it. let her release her tax returns and i'll release mine. >> as soon as she releases the tax returns that don't exist anymore. >> donald trump, audit, no one would advise me or let me do that. no one would do that. i would say this. i'm wondering tactically if it makes sense for tim kaine and
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hillary clinton to speak about transparency. you took a hammer to this, you blew this up, you lost your ipad. 327 i don't knows. i'm wondering tactically if they should pull back on that. >> i have a feeling what they're trying to do is just change the subject. on capitol hill everybody's talking about, hey, it looks like they destroyed property, hiding e-mail. >> i wonder if she'll be quiet now. she won't ask him for his tax returns anymore. now he's firing back and saying, i will when you give me the e-mails. >> i have a solution. that would be why down the julian assange simply release her e-mails, because he's got them, and then he can release his tax returns. >> he says he's going to. the first batch he's going to release could be as early as next week. >> did you notice heather's body language. >> this is a woman that's like, you should have talked to me 45 minutes ago. >> this is a woman that's very cold.
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solving the world's problems at 6:10 in the morning here in new york. >> nice job. you covered all the bases. good morning. great to see you guys. good morning. i hope you're off to a good day already. fox news alert we start with overseas. iran playing with fire harassing another u.s. warship similar to this encounter caught on camera. watch this. >> no response. weapons uncovered and -- >> this time one of the iranian boats stopping less than 100 yards in front of ours forcing a patrol ship to change directions to avoid a possible collision. this after a u.s. ship was forced to fire three warning shots just weeks ago. back here at home a murder suspect who vanished from an interrogation room while still hand kuchd is back behind bars. he was arrested in los angeles overnight. he was sitting cuffed to his
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chair when he twisted the handcuffs until they snapped. he broke flee and walked right out of the building. he's been on the run since friday but he is now back in jail. a big bank now playing big brother. goldman sachs reportedly banning some of its high ranking partners from donating to donald trump's campaign. politico reports today that the company told staff it wants to avoid looking like it's taking sides or part of some sort of take place screen. well, apple fans rejoice. the iphone 7 set to be unveiled later today. bigger storage and double the camera lens. there won't be a head phone jack. instead you have to use a wireless head phone or head phone that connects to the charging port. so clayton morris is celebrating somewhere today. >> here's the problem at the doocy house. we all have headphones to plug
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afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me. mud slipping being taken to a new level in the montana congressional race. former navy s.e.a.l. ryan zinke's democratic candidate attacking him for being a disabled veteran. is that what's going on in this sound bite? >> i have visited with vets across this state who thought congressman zinke would do a better job and he hasn't.
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he said they shouldn't become dependent on government when he accepts disability payments every month. those are the type of hip critical actions we need to get over. >> brian zinke is in our nation's capitol. good morning, congressman. >> great to be with you, steve. >> good to be with you. congressman, what did you make of her bringing up your disability. >> i've been shot at before. i say we need more veterans in congress. we're supporting brian matt and others. veterans aren't numbers, we're faces. we all have a record. we're solution minded, red, white, blue. i think it's important to have a larger veteran voice in congress. >> it's good to have a vet voice, you're absolutely right. here is what your opponent, 49, the state's two-term superintendent of public instruction here she is attacking your ambitions. she said it seems like he,
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that's you, congressman, always has his eye on what's ever coming up next for mr. zinke and not really on what's happening here in our state. what do you make of that? she's making it sound like you're an opportunist or very ambitious and that you're looking at the next thing down the road. >> montana has one congressman. my voice has to be louder than 55 from california so standing strong on issues that matter to montana i think is important. leadership, i think i'm rated number one in the houseworking with the senate to get things done. i think that comes from the veterans background, being a commander of troops and willing to put yourself on the line. look, yeah, we live in a great country and i'm an optomist. i wouldn't do the job if i didn't think it was fixable in washington, d.c. we just need to get at it. >> she is the, as i mentioned a moment ago, superintendent of public instruction.
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essentially top educator in the state. how are stats for montana right now and their school kids? >> well, the graduation rates are up. the test scores are down. about 50% of the kids graduating high school are not proficient in basic math and english. that's a problem. montana's a big state as far as size goes, population. a lot of challenges in rural schools. she brought common core to montana and the republican congress undid it. i think she has a challenge. >> and you do as well. there are the delegations out there and, you know, some of the mudslinging, we just wanted to get you on to respond. >> i've been shot at before and in washington, d.c., in politics you have to get used to it. we wear thick body armor and don't stay in one spot. >> there you go. good idea. congressman, thank you so much. >> great to be with you. meanwhile, straight ahead on this wednesday, we've seen
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chilly video where abductors attempt to kidnap kids. as kids go back to school, they're the most vulnerable. how do you protect them? we'll tell you. high altitude horror. a man goes ballistic and screams at other passengers in arabic.
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we have got some quick wednesday morning headlines for you. breaking overnight a win in the war on terror as u.s. air strikes wipe outer or lists. look at this. a u.s. central command confirming a series of blasts carried out over the past two weeks in yemen killed 13 al qaeda members. officials say the new strikes are to prevent terrorists there from recruiting and executing
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the attacks in the united states. brittain's so called hate preacher will spend the next several years in prison for encouraging others to support isis. you may remember him was with sean hannity over radical islam, he was sentenced to five years for backing the terror group. so long. hello, brian and ainsley. >> steve, a string of brazen abduction attempts happening in broad daylight have been caught on camera in recent months, sometimes in front of parents' very eyes. >> look at that video. unbelievable. a disturbing new study shows that 70% of attempted child abduct shuns happen on school days, most when kids are on their way to and from school, brian. >> what do your kids need to know to stay safe? >> joining us now is executive director of outreach and prevention. her name is jarise cologne. >> thanks for having me. >> very important topic. we of course love our children.
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don't want anything to happen to them. what are some of the tips? >> we want to make sure that parents are talking to kids early and often about these type of things. making sure they know there are four simple rules for them to implement. checking first with a parent before they go anywhere. taking a friend. there are safety in numbers. anything short of them telling people no. they have the right to say no if something makes them feel scared. >> kids are taught to be polite. don't say no to an adult. >> they can say no because they have to protect themselves. >> let's make sense and expand on the big four topics. check first, what do you mean? >> check first with an adult that you trust. if you're going to the park, leaving school, tell someone first. make sure someone knows where you are, where you're going and who you're going to be with. about 70% of kids are -- attempted abductions are happening involving a vehicle. there are people who are kind of
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approaching children using a variety of different things. sometimes it's force. sometimes it's, hey, help me find my lost puppy. you know, your mom just sent me to come pick you up. i'm going to take you to see her. let me give you $5. help me with directions. it can be anything. that's why it's so important that we talk to kids to make sure they are aware of these things and they feel empowered to get away. anything they can to get away. >> we talk about a man attempting to snatch a small girl. man grabs a girl and drags her through the store in florida. there's other problems being over powered, correct? >> absolutely. force is definitely a factor. anything they can do to get away, kick, scream, yell, draw attention. a lot of times other adults are getting involved. we want to make sure that other people know if something is going down, they can help as well. >> they're vulnerable during the school year. when kids are out playing, that's not the case.
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>> during the summer your schedules are hectic. you may be going one place at 10:00 a.m., another at 11:00. on school days kids are going to and from school at the same time. oftentimes they're going alone. walking to the bus stop. they have a 23re7bd with them. they're more vulnerable because they're alone. we want to keep you safe? >> absolutely. absolutely. we have a great program sponsored by honey well. did talks about the safety rules. it's really easy. >> thank you so much. check that out on our website. >> there it is. >> a parents' biggest nightmare. >> thank you so much for being here. 28 minutes after the hour. >> one group is trying to scrub the truth from a 9/11 memorial. it refers to the attackers as islamic terrorists and they want those words removed. the man behind the memorial not standing for that.
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we are back with the latest from the campaign trail. >> did you see this election? donald trump heading into hostile territory tonight as he and hillary clinton appear back to back in a military forum in new york. >> meanwhile, fox news senior national correspondent john roberts is live in philadelphia with what we can expect in the coming day. hello, john.
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>> reporter: good morning to you steve, brian, ainsley. in front of the union league in downtown philadelphia where donald trump will be speaking. he could get a bit of a rough ride at the peace forum in new york city. it is being hosted by the iraq/afghanistan veterans of america organization. it's been less than kind to donald trump. still actively circulating a petition online demanding he apologize for what he said about john mccain a year ago. his military advisors wanted him to lay down markers yesterday in virginia beach, greenville, north carolina, and then in the union league. and come pair and contrast what he would do with what hillary clinton's record shows she would likely do. listen to what he said in greenville, north carolina, last night. >> hillary clinton favors what
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has been called military adventurism. creating power vacuums by groups like cisse isis. i believe in a foreign policy based on our national interests that focus on american security and regional stability. you can create democracies in countries with no democratic history. the union league in philadelphia. rebuilding the military. talk about ending the sequester. how to pay for ending the sequester and upping the military budget. we'll be talking about missile defense. we're also going to get, ainsley, brian, steve, this morning the latest fundraising numbers for the trump campaign for the month of august. donald trump yesterday predicting a big number though he admits a lot of the money that went into this went into
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his own pocket. hillary clinton brought in $120 million and 60 million going towards her campaign. >> fundraising numbers huge. john roberts, we thank you very much. >> very big. >> also, donald trump got some really good news last night. one of the loudest never trumpers, mark levin revealed he's going to vote for trump. >> that is extremely powerful. meanwhile, we have some news for you. >> three bank robbery suspects opening fire on the cops while making their get away in the city of phoenix. cornered at an intersection by an unmarked police truck. officers opened fire. they killed the suspect. two others were arrested. >> panic on a plane, steve, when passengers after a man started screaming in arabic. the united airlines flight
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making an emergency landing in asheville after the crew says muhammad al dosrey kicked a bathroom door. police stormed the plane arresting him. he's charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct. >> yup. meanwhile, terrifying video as a swarm of hungry crocodiles surround a driver on a flooded bridge. >> can you imagine? the heart-stopping scene played out in australia. those log looking things you see in the water, actually nine foot long saltwater crocodiles. the driver counting nearly 21 at one point in total as her suv slowly moved making it across the bridge and later she would post this of course on youtube. >> good idea to stay in the car. a terrorist from gitmo, he's
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upset over his living conditions in uruoguay. they're demanding to be put into another country. wanting to see their families. it was feared, by the way r, he may have tried to fly to rio before the olympics. a confusing story. >> no kidding. let's go on outside. ainsley and heather out there with the barbecue. >> talking barbecue and football. florida state had a great comeback. that's right. what's more american than barbecue? how about free barbecue for our troops and first responders. >> nothing better than that, ainsley. it's just what the good people at mission barbecue do each and every year in memory of the bravery shown on september 11th. >> the restaurant chain also recognizes american heroes by playing the national anthem every day at lunchtime.
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>> and that will bring tears to your eyes. i've been there and done that and it is just incredible. here to tell us about their patriotic owner, bill proud. congratulations on the success of your restaurant. what do you do on 9/11? >> so mission barbecue, it's just a couple of best friends who had a love of barbecue, more important a love of country. specifically on 9/11 our business was born on september 11th, 2011, so ten years after the world changed as we knew it in some small way we're going to try to do our part to change it back. we can't believe it's now been 15 years since the planes hit the towers. so on september 11th we try and bring the entire community of first responders together by offering free sandwiches all day long at all 35 of our locations now across 11 states but at the same time, too, we do offer that
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perspective, specifically on 9/11. we do a live version of the national anthem at 12 noon. it's our best two minutes of the day. and ultimately that national anthem, we do that every day at every mission barbecue because we can because we're free, because we're safe and we don't take that for granted. >> steve, i talked to a lot of the employees in your store. many of them have family members who are currently serving or they served themselves. what does it mean to you to be part of a company that does that? >> certainly honored and privileged to represent an entire company. many of our teammates have family members that have either served their community or their country. they're honored to come to work every day. >> what did you think of colin kaepernick. when they hear the national anthem, everyone stands. >> we have a tremendous amount of respect. every day we stand and put our hand over our heart and sing the national anthem. >> the key to making barbecue so the barbecue just pulls right off the bone? >> first, you start about 12
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hours ago. >> exactly. >> you dry rub it, cook it low and slow for 12 hours. you take a tough piece of meat and you're a south carolina girl, you know. >> i know how to drive through your drive through and have a sandwich. i don't have 12 hours to cook it. >> carolina puts a little bit of vinegar. >> you prefer a vinegar base instead of mustard base? >> bill, he likes a ketchup base. >> bill and i are midwesterners. >> and at mission barbecue, we just dry rub everything. we're not smart enough to know if you like sauce, how much sauce. all we assume is you're a ka carnivour. >> six different sauces. >> all represent different areas of the country. kansas city, st. louis, memphis. >> they drive this incredible big truck up here. they have those outside the
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stores. we love having you here, bill and steve. thank you so much. mission barbecue in 11 states, 35 stores now. congratulations on your success. >> hope you're hungry. >> steve and brian, we're going to eat. >> yeah. >> we'll bring you some maybe. >> tell you what, ainsley, bring in a bottle of that kansas city sauce. >> i will. >> all right. 19 minutes now before the top of the hour. one group trying to scrub the truth from a 9/11 memorial. it refers to the attackers as islamic terrorists which you can see right there. they want those two words removed so they don't offend anybody. well, the man behind the memorial not standing for that. he's here next. and it was a long shot. make a basket across the lecture hall from a high angle and the whole class gets an a. don't worry, he won't hit it. >> oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> those students are sleeping in this morning. >> and, by the way, that student
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this is a tribute to all the lives lost that day and to the heroic sacrifice to all who rushed to helps. as americans, we honor their memory by living our lives in freedom. we will never forget. what have you heard? >> only positive things. august 14th i received an e-mail saying they were offended by the particular wording and they were going to reach out to their groups and see if there's something that should be done and i have been contacted by that group's representative -- >> a lawyer? >> no. no. people -- interfaith group, very special group of jewish people, christian people that are trying to promote peace and they felt that that was an indictment of islam as a religion. >> really? here's an example what they want. the group of the children of abraham of the southern tier. we'd suggest the term al qaeda
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terrorists to be more accurate. the current word choice in essence tars and feathers upstanding and patriotic american muslims and other mulls limbs who are our allies in the fight against terrorism in our country and around the world. >> we bounced things around for a couple of days. it was never an indictment. it said 19 islamic terrorists. no more, no less. to a specific day, a specific date and a specific event. it's not any more than that. i don't view it as an indictment of that. 75 to 80% of the muslim people are peaceful. we know that, we respect that. >> it doesn't indict them. if it was a christian group, you would have written christian terrorists. >> no, i told them that. >> do you want to back down and do that? >> actually, the story has gone national and i've received 100%
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support and calls in e-mails. not one person has called complaining. they've all been supportive. i do find some of the animosity is still there. unfortunately you feel it in some of the comments but i think in general most americans are peaceful people and they believe the muslim people are peaceful and i don't think any differently. >> why was it important for owego to have this memorial? >> i did it because our neighboring town had one last year. so we applied for it, we got it. while i was doing this we found out that one person from appalachia, the town of owego, died in that tower. we incorporated that into the memorial. >> gotcha. >> very comprehensive of everything. >> don casalucci, the town supervisor of owego, not backing down. thanks so much. appreciate it. we will be here live at 11:00 on
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sunday. coming up, reporters who covered hillary clinton's coughing fit now feeling the wrath of the coughing fit. is that news off limits? it was a long shot. make a basket across the lecture hall and the whole class gets an a. watch. that student and the professor join us live next. ♪ ♪ afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me.
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one student earned an "a" for effort and all of his classmates got 100% on their pop
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quiz when he scored an incredible shot in his organic chemistry class. [ cheers ] >> that video has been retweeted now. 108,000 times since we started the show. >> joining us right now, ohio state university junior and the professor who issued the blanket challenge joining us today from ohio state. professor, i know you were trying to something. what was it with the big air ball? >> we were having a discussion of acidbased chemistry, the ball that turns into a proton. vinnie caught it. >> it's the best way to understand that. everybody knows that. >> professor, isn't this your opportunity to make a joke about
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bases and acids. >> correct, by throwing the proton into the audience i make an acidof myself. >> you knew the pressure was on you. first of all, it's organic chemistry. this might be the hardest class you can take in challenge. >> ever. >> everyone is depending on you because they know they get a 100 quiz grade if you make the basket. lots of pressure on you. what's going through your mind? >> nothing really. after he passed it to me, he lucktured a bit explaining everything. he gave the decision, you can pass it off to somebody and i just decided to just take the chance and i kept it and i just aimed and throw. >> what makes you think you could hit that shot? >> i was confident about it. that's all about i can say. >> right. professor, you've done this for a dozen years, how many times have kids actually hit the basket? >> the first ten years we were 0
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for ten and we have actually had two years in a row. the problem is last year no one recorded it. >> so what did you do this time? >> i told them, lot of pressure on you. they made it last year. everyone get out your phone just in case it happens again. >> are you surprised how this gone viral and so many people have watched it? >> it's been amazing. i got an e-mail on friday night saying hey this is going viral. i was pretty shocked. all the e-mails over the weekend from former students and osu e alumni have been fantastic. >> vinnie, you glad you went to college? >> definitely. >> vinnie what are you going do -- you only take organic chemistry if you're going to be a doctor or going on to pursue something in science. what do you want to do? >> i'm pursuing chemical engineering as my major. >> that's great. because this is such a hard class to get everybody in the class 100 on a quiz is like winning the heisman trophy in organic chemistry.
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>> true. >> professor, do they get an automatic 100 for the entire season or one tiny portion of their grade. >> just this small portion. quiz 1 counts 100s for they show up and take it. we're still working hard to get better everyday. >> i think it's awesome you're making it so much fun in the classroom for these kids. i know you're going to be the most popular organic teacher. everyone will want to sign up for your class. >> thank you so much. >> vinnie, your the most popular student in your class. >> without a doubt. >> thank you. >> thanks for joining us today from ohio state university. >> that's an awesome story. >> fantastic. straight ahead on this wednesday, hillary clinton's e-mail controversy not going away any time soon. and now it's getting even bigger. republicans now pushing for a new investigation. congressman jason chaves is leading that push. he'll join us in 15 minutes. stand proud or sit on the bench permanently. one coach sending a very strong
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in just a moment. let me remind you of our slogan should someone ask you in the hall, mornings are better with friends. ♪ are you ready for this? we have a great 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. hour here on "fox & friends." first up, that man right there, shaq. >> shaquille o'neal will be here on the couch with us and so is martina mcbride. we love her. >> and governor of indiana mike pence who rumor has it is running for president with donald trump. congressman jason chaffetz is sending a letter to investigate hillary. comedian jeff ross. >> and melissa joan hart. >> thank you very much for joining us on this wednesday that kind of feels like a tuesday. meanwhile, a brand new e-mail bomb shell for hillary clinton on this wednesday morning. >> new claims that she and her
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staff tried to plant questions during her first hearing on bengha benghazi. >> this is hard to deny. clinton is desperately trying to flip the script and turn everything upside down. anyone going to buy it? mike emmanuel is live on the campaign trail in westchester, new york. private servers? >> brian, ainsley, steve, good morning to you. hillary clinton is back home here in new york ahead of her appearance on a televised national security forrum tonight. clinton tried to go on office yesterday in tampa attacking donald trump for his positions on national security and foreign policy. tampa is the home of the u.s. military central command, so military issues should play big there. one example, clinton criticized trump for how he would take on the threat from isis. >> he said he has a secret plan to defeat isis, but the secret is he has no plan. after all his talk, the only thing that is clear is he has no clue about what he's talking
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about. >> my colleague katherine is out with a new report on the clinton team's collaboration with the key ally on capitol hill. new jersey senator bob me mendes ahead of a major foreign relations committee in january 2013, looking into the benghazi terror attack. then clinton aide chelsea clinton quote, we wired it that menendez would provide an opportunity to address two topics we needed to debunk. her actions, whereabouts on 9/11 and these e-mails from chris stevens about moving locations. the newly released e-mail that led to this moment in the foreign relations committee hearing. >> can you give us your insights on the decision-making process regarding the location of the mission? and as part of that can you also in your response -- you touched upon it in your opening statement, but what actions were you and your staff taking the
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night of september 11th and into september 12th? >> we've gotten no comment so far from the clinton campaign. ainsley, steve, brian? >> unbelievable. >> what are they supposed to say, mike? they got caught. he read it exactly like the e-mail said. it's to chelsea. what are they going to say? >> excellent questions we're asking that they have not responded to. >> so she said i want these topics discussed at the hearing. right out of the gate, senator menendez, those are the first topics he throws to her. >> unbelievable. >> it is incredible. >> the other big story out there is what has been revealed is that apparently it looks like right after you know it started to hit the fan and the house started asking the clintons to send te mails to them, they erased them all. so congressman jason chaffetz is going to join brian in ten minutes sent a letter to the u.s. attorney in d.c. to
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investigate why a staffer after they were instructed hold on all that stuff forever until the investigation, hit the delete button and did that. that's against the law. >> the whole convenience thing, she flipped back from an ipad to a blackberry or a private phone back and forth and we're missing the ipad. >> we're missing 11 devices. >> unbelievable. i can't keep up with one. >> keep in mind, who keeps a hammer in their office to smash a blackberry. >> how could you keep 11 devices in your clutch? we can't. there's no room. there's no room. >> one at a time. meanwhile, one of the things that hillary clinton it was revealed when she talked to the fbi they said to her, you know, that c in the quotations, that means classified, right? she goes, i didn't realize that. julian assange was on last night and has proof that that was a lie. she knew exactly what the c stood for because he's got
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thousands of e-mails. watch. >> it says that she can't remember what a c stands for. everyone in positions of government and in wikileak knows it stands for classified confidential. in fact, we have already released thousands of cables by hillary clinton, here she is, clinton, see that signature, clinton with a c in bracket right there, thousands of examples where she herself has used the c in brackets and signed it off. >> so he's telling sean hannity last night that she sent thousands of e-mails and accepted thousands of e-mails with the c. i can understand if it's just one e-mail and she wants to say she doesn't know what the c stands for, but thousands? her husband was president. she's been in politics for years. she knew what she was doing. >> plus also apparently she used the c in the brackets. >> exactly. >> so she knew what it meant.
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nancy pelosi tried to get paul ryan to agree in a bipartisan way not to make public any of these hacked e-mails so we can't see them. i'm sure that's politically motivated, but nobody here on this couch supports what julian assange does. he's done countless damage to us by combining with chelsea bradley now in jail and by releasing all these cables that did a lot of damage to us internationally. we're not pro hacking. we're trying to say no one can doubt the authenticity of what's going on behind closed doors. meanwhile a couple days ago in cleveland, hillary clinton had in total a giant cough-a-thon that lasted four minutes. two minutes there in front of tim kaine who is standing by there watching her cough. >> did nothing. >> then on the airplane later. this was a big story on drudge and other outlets. however, the mainstream media, not so much. we asked our brain room to do
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some checking into the first two nights. monday and tuesday, how much did they cover that, the coughing fit? >> 15 seconds on abc. on monday night. nothing on tuesday. cbs didn't cover it at all and neither did nbc. >> on social media, they got rebuked from the campaign. hillary clinton struggles to fight back coughing attack is what was out there. >> that was the nbc story that was put out by andrew rafferty, an nbc correspondent. he put out a five paragraph report. >> and dan pfeiffer, what is his title with the campaign? >> he was an obama former seek senior adviser. >> will be very curious to see whether nbc tries to justify this crap or just does the right thing and apologizes. >> nick merrill wrote, get a life. >> to the reporter. >> the headline only said hillary clinton struggles to fight back coughing attack. it's not that bad. >> it's been pointed out, too, the headlines of one story about
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john mccain. most think will not survive a second term in the white house when he was running for president. >> they were all over him with his health. >> it looks like all the pushback it's press intimidation. you write a story about hillary clinton, if you go to the drudge report, everyday he is questioning her health and stuff like that. these reports weren't even close to that and yet andrew rafferty took some flak. >> she had two coughing fits in one day, four minutes. >> what do you think about that? e-mail us. >> hello, heather. good morning, all of you. we start out overseas. iran harassing another warship, similar to this encounter, you may recall it was caught on camera. watch. >> no response. weapons uncovered. man conducting -- >> that one happening just august 23rd. this time one of the iranian boats stopping less than 100
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yards in front of our ship, forcing that patrol ship to change directions to try to avoid a possible collision. this after a u.s. ship was forced to fire three warning shots during a similar incident just weeks ago. back here at home that murder suspect we told you about over the past few days, he vanished from an investigation room while he was still handcuffed is now back behind bars this morning. police arresting alonzo perez inside a las vegas home over night. she was sitting cuffed to his chair and he twisted those cuffs until they finally snapped and that's how he was able to break free and walk right out of the building. he has been on the run since friday. now back behind bars. well, it was considered one of the worst cyberattacks in u.s. history and it's all thanks to government incompetence? there's a new scathing house report out today that says that the office of personnel management opm failed on the most basic levels to protect government employee information. they were told to fix blatant
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security flaws multiple times but that agency did nothing. that allowed hackers to steal 21 million files that are filled with vital personnel information. this happened back in 2014. and this is a wonderful story to tell you about. a little boy was so excited to get baptized that he took matters into his own hands. watch this. >> i now baptize you in the name of the father and of the son -- >> don't do it. >> and of the holy spirit. >> that little guy just couldn't wait. that the 6-year-old jordan warwick from louisville, kentucky. he couldn't wait for the pastor to dunk him. he took the plunge himself. he told his dad the water was too cold. that video has been seen by more than 30 million people and those are your headlines. i love how pure and innocent kids are. >> he loves jesus. i'm ready to get dunked. let's do this.
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>> so sweet. >> thank you, heather. >> thank you, heather. all right. hillary clinton's e-mail controversy, who is behind you, brian? who is massaging you? >> wait a sec. i recognize these hands. >> that's right. >> are you the center? this is shaquille o'neal, ladies and gentlemen. >> shaquille o'neal is giving brian a massage. >> good to see you again. >> it's been a long time since he's rubbed my shoulder. >> we have some catching up to do. >> shaq is being inducted into the hall of fame. he'll talk about that. we'll step aside as they have that bromance out in the hall. jason chaffetz is going to join brian and maybe shaq will interview jason chaffetz in about two minutes. jason cha fets. chafe et cetera. with the right steps,
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out of the woods yet, just yet when it comes to her e-mails. republican lawmakers now pushing to reopen the investigation after the fbi notes revealed that its i.t. staffer deleted clinton's e-mail archives after the house benghazi's committee order that clinton keep all her e-mails. so what happens snex in jason
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chaffetz joins us now. chairman, what bothers you most about this? >> that the house had been asking for documents, they're federal records, they're not hillary clinton's e-mails, they're federal records, more than two years after she left office suddenly when the subpoenas in place preservation order is in place you have this high level meeting with david kendall, with cheryl mills, the top lieutenants there for hillary clinton. this is roughly march 25th of 2015. a couple days later we don't know exactly what time but within days, certainly less than a week later, there is a work order at plat river networks and then these documents are destroyed using bleach bit nonetheless a tool to erase everything and these were federal records under subpoena. >> but the fbi knew this, saw these chain of events and did nothing. >> well, that was curious. when we had our hearing with director comey, i asked him
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specifically if he look what had she said under oath. he didn't take it into consideration, never looked at that. the house of representativess have to stand up for itself. i'm tired of congress just sending off letters and not doing anything. we have some equities here we have to protect and to protect those federal records. >> the whole system, if you could tell someone not to do something and they do it and there's no ramifications, what good is it to have any of these. i want to bring you to what hillary clinton said yesterday in response to your calls for more hearings -- >> do you have any concerns that e-mails were deleted after they were already supposed to be preserved and did you ask for them to be deleted? >> no, of course not. i have no concern on either account. none and neither did the fbi. the congressman calling for more hearings is just a perfect segue. you know the fbi resolved all
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this. the report answered all the questions. the findings included debunking and latest conspiracy theories. i believe i have created so many jobs in the sort of conspiracy theory machine factory because honestly they never quit. >> between the smashing of the blackberries, to the smashing -- to disappearing ipads. we're just getting to the surface of this, yet the fbi closed the book, chairman. >> well, he said he never actually looked at what she testified in front of congress. so i don't think hillary clinton gets it. the fact of the matter is they did not look at this and the house of representativess also a branch of government also gets to look into this. of course we're going to do hearings. we're going to get to the truth of this. the fbi since that time has come out and said they found 14,900 more e-mails. the associated press is suing the state department because they can't get hillary clinton's calendar from 2009. so, there are a lot of documents
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and things out there the public has a right to have. there are federal records. they're not her e-mails and we are going to get to the truth. >> you wonder why he slost about 12 points in the polls in three weeks. chairman jason chaffetz, next thing we know we'll see you and james comey soon because you'll call out comey for this. >> not necessarily director. we have hearings. we have one on thursday and monday where we'll drag up the odni, we'll bring up a representative from the department of justice. so there will be a series of hearings, absolutely. >> congressman chaffetz, thank so much. >> thank you. thinking of skipping out the national anthem colin kaepernick style? this coach will make you regret it. we'll explain. who is taller, melissa joan hart or shaquille o'neal? the answer after the break. we're getting exact measurements. ♪ (humming) ♪ so you're up at dawn,
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we have got some quick headlines for you. shocking admission overnight from the obama administration which paid iran $1.7 billion in cold hard cash straight from taxpayer's pockets. the payment happening at the exact moment iran released four american prisoners. you know, the hostages. senior officials call it leverage. some people technically call it ransom money. what do you think? coming in for a landing. watch as american astronaut jeff williams returns to earth in a fiery bang. boom. right there. smoke rising as his spacecraft safely touches down in kazakhstan. williams setting the record for most time spent in space by an american. he logged more than 534 days in
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the final frontier. and missed some holidays. ainsley, over to you? >> thank you. she cast a spell as sabrina the teenage witch. melissa joan is taking on faith-based role called god's not dead 2. she brings up the teachings of jesus christ in the clasds room. >> love your enemies. pray for those who persecute you that you will be children of your father in heaven. dr. king described his inspiration from scripture saying christ furnished the spirit of motivation while gone be furnished the message. >> that classroom incident leads to a high profile religious freedom court case. why are more and more people flocking to these faith-based films. actor melissa joan hart joins us now.
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>> it did really well in april. now it's actually i think number two right now dvd sales behind "angry birds." my kids like "angry birds" too. >> why do you think it? >> people are really drawn to -- well, first of all characters that remind them of themselves and i think they also just want a good story and a good movie that makes you feel good. people are so sick of all the drama, all the action. i think that they just really want at the end of the day be entertained and feel like they got something out of it. >> were you worried about playing this role? the backlash in hollywood. >> i knew there would be. i knew there would be both sides of it. i knew i would get a lot of love from the christian community and i knew there would be a lot of people out there -- not necessarily hollywood, the atheists and whatnot would come after me. i have to avoid twitter. i do. every time i post things about it, there's numerous posts.
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i respect other people's opinions, but i comment when i feel it's appropriate. >> i remember when you commented on mitt romney. you endorsed mitt romney. >> yeah. i simply said i was voting for mitt. it all blew up. >> everywhere. >> yeah. >> you saw this at the republican national convention this year. you tried to put up a poster, billboard god's not dead 2 and what happened? >> apparently the billboard company wouldn't allow us to -- they didn't take it down. they wouldn't put it up. supposedly there were three atheist posters around you. >> thousands will support you. there's three people that will get offended and it can't go up. >> it's just about the movie. it wasn't necessarily huge christian stance. >> right. >> just too bad. >> this is a big week for your family. you have three beautiful boys and they all went back to school. >> it's back to schools. i'm been in wales for six weeks
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directing a film. that's the day my two big boys went to school. i missed that morning. i've been home since. now the little one starts preschool. i'm going to get there and take him for ice cream after. >> are you okay? are you emotional? what's it like, it's your baby? >> i think it's worse when you watch the bus go away and whatnot. i saw all these kid's picture on instagram. off to school. off to school. off to school. i think i'm more emotional about other people's kids. i'll be there for mine. i'll be there on the second day. i'm watching them go off on the bus, yeah, i get to clean the house now and take care of some stuff i need to take care of. maybe get my nails done some day. >> people say the time flies by. >> my youngest is about to be four. he turns 4 in two weeks. planning a karaoke birthday party for him. i can't believe he's not my baby anymore. >> congratulations on all your success. >> melissa joan hart, god's not dead 2.
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god bless you. thanks for joining us. this terrorist was all smiles walking out of gitmo. now he is protesting his new living conditions. wait until you hear this one. the last time that shaq was here, this is what happened -- [ laughter ]. it didn't go so well for brian. we are talking to the soon to be hall of famer shaquille o'neal. there he is with the boys. come on in, guys. ♪ [alarm beeping]
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wow. it's your shot of the morning and a possible evil genius in the making. >> is that a real laugh? >> that's a real laugh. >> cackling laugh just like a cartoon villain. it's going viral this morning. it sounds like a horse. >> kind of. her mom catching her in the act at home out shopping and even in the bathtub. the video has been seen hundreds of thousands of times and shaquille o'neal questions whether or not it's phony. >> it's not phony. >> okay. >> that's real. it's a baby. >> yeah, it's a baby. >> give the baby the credit. >> identify each one is shaquille o'neal. >> he has six kids. don't you remember when you hold on to your dad's arm, i bet you could do that with all six hanging on. they're so strong. >> not now. the ages range from 24 to 10. >> can't do it anymore. >> don't want to be picked up anymore at 24. >> we'll talk to shaq, more shaquille o'neal coming up, but first we have headlines with
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hetder. >> shaq, great to have you back here. good morning to all of you. a dangerous gitmo detain knee living life in uruguay has been hospitalized because this guy isn't eating. he is now on a hunger strike because he says he's not happy with his living conditions, even though he's been seen partying it up. he's smiling there with friends. he and five other terrorists refusing every job they're offered and are now demanding to be moved to other countries. authorities worried he may have been planning to attack the rio olympics, that did not materialize, though. a drug crisis back here at home has some authorities in ohio calling it a public health emergency. after at least eight deaths are now blamed on a combination of heroin and an animal sedative. officials in hamilton county say it is drug that's found legally only in zoos, more than 300 heroin-related overdoses have occurred there since mid august. and it reads like a new
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chapter of the hatfield and mccoys, a man mad at his neighbor driving a bulldozer right through his home. >> why would you want to put a family out of your home in unless you're coldhearted. >> there's been an on going fuld between the two. the man now charged with trespassing and vandalism. >> stand in line to ride the pine. that's the message from team usa hockey coach john tort rel la ahead of the world cup of hockey later this month. he tells espn he will not tolerate players sitting in solidarity with san francisco 49ers colin kaepernick. i'm having a hard time this morning. he's been of course boycotting the national anthem. if they do, they'll be riding the bench for the rest of the game. those are your headlines. back over to you. >> star struck this morning. >> so excited that shaq is here. >> what do you think about that, shaq? you heard heathers last story? >> to each his own.
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something i wouldn't do. there are injustices, have always been injustices, you know, me personally i would probably go about it a different way. my question is, what happened last year? how come you didn't decide to do this last year or the year before that or the year before that? i don't know colin, but again to each his own. i don't have a say on it, but i would never do that. my father was a military man and, you know, he protected this country. uncles are in law enforcement. they go out and work hard everyday. just other ways to get your point across. >> so you're an african-american. you're an african-american and a lot of people feel as though perspective you should be standing with colin kaepernick, but you also are pro military and pro cop. can you be both? >> yes, i can be both. again, my thing is, you have to enter on to the scene one way. people like muhammad ali and bill russell, they were one way
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their whole career. you can't show us something and go to another just because of certain issues. again, i'm aware of all the issues, but my question is, how come you didn't do it last year? how come you didn't do it when you first entered the nfl? again, i don't know colin. to each his own. he has his constitutional right to do that, but i would never do that. >> something they do at the conclusion of a great career is they induct people into the hall of fame and shaquille o'neal will be inducted into the hall of fame for basketball. >> your going to make me cry. stop it. going to make me cry, stop it. >> allen iverson and yao ming. >> that's a great class. >> here is your ring right here. how do you like it? by zales. you're not allowed to put it on. >> yes. >> what size is that? >> that's size 17. >> wow. >> of course it is. and zales is the official ring provider for the hall of fame. that ring right there is fabulous. >> i know you can't put it on. ainsley, would you like to try
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it on? >> i would love to. >> oh. >> can't do it like that. no. >> you want to get down on your knee. >> no, can't do it like that. it's bad luck if i put it on. >> wow. that is huge. there's so much room there. i would lose it. that is incredible. >> i've been with zales now for five years, i also have the shaquille o'neals men's collection there. this is what i'm going to do for the people. now until sunday if you go to zales you get 10% off on regular jewelry and on the shaq o'neal jewelry we'll give you 15% off. >> wow. >> you have the power to do that from this couch? >> yes, i do. >> power invested into you. >> now to sunday. >> the zales sale. >> you're a big personality, great personality, i remember when you were broke in your rookie year, everyone was happy to have you. did you envision this day from day one? >> yes and no. my father told me as a youngster
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that if i followed his plan and if i go out and play with passion and energy that this day would happen. never really thought about it. i just wanted to make him happy. make my mom happy. make the fans happy. >> i think you've done that. last night -- go ahead. >> sorry. but ever since day one, ever since being a youngster, everything my parents told me would happen and it's happened. little kids out there, make sure you listen to your mom and dad. >> that's such great advice. last night i was at the u.s. open and i was watching the game. watching the match. >> you looked super fabulous. >> i was sitting behind the photographers. >> incredibly fabulous. >> the moment his face came up on the big board, all the paparazzi turned immediately to the box where you were sitting. the whole crowd instead of watching the match started watching you. >> but i wasn't watching the match. i was watching you. >> look at this. >> you looked fabulous. as always. >> thanks. >> of course because you're so tall, it's very helpful when
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you're in the professional basketball league. what is the one downside to being 7'1"? >> nothing really. >> nothing. >> when i was young, i always wanted to be the same size as my friends. i think it helped me to become incredible athlete. my friends would go out and flip and jump off roofs. i wanted to be little so i did whatever they did. so all my little friends, thank you. >> thank you, shaq. you also said that you really never displayed your whole game. that you have great dribbling skills but you never asked to do that. do you regret that? >> a little bit. i see these guys stepping out, shooting jumpers. i actually had that but i never got a chance to go do it. i got doubled and triple teamed. overall i'm pretty happy with my career. >> that's why you're going into springfield, all seriousness, an incredible accomplishment and it will be a great moment. for you and your family, it will be special. >> we're going to walk around the block me and you? >> yeah. >> great idea. >> and i will get absolutely no attention. >> go to zales and get some of
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tragedy struck. >> it's hard to believe it was that long. what's your primary remembrance when you go back to that day you had? >> actually it's that evening. karen hughes and i -- karen hughes was the communication director. we stood on the oval office poach porch.
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i remember thinking or wondering, what would i see in his face. both karen and i had worked for bush when he was governor of texas. we've known him for a while. as soon as he got off that helicopter and walked toward us, we greeted him. he sort of acknowledged us and just walked straight into the oval office. when i saw his face, i knew we were going to be okay. he was determined and he was angry, but he knew that he had a job to do to protect this country. >> ultimately to protect the country, some decisions were made. one of them water boarding. that's one of the things you talk about in your new book. >> i wanted to talk about all the controversial issues. >> that's the headline. >> so, you know, unlike new york senator chuck schumer said under certain circumstances it would be okay to torture, president bush gave us a director, we're not going to engage in torture. the job of the lawyers was to work very hard over series of months to come up with guidance to ensure that whatever we did would be consistent with the anti-torture statute.
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>> right. the way the letter that laid it out the way they did the water boarding would be legal and not considered torture. >> exactly. the lawyers worked very hard. listen, i know this is a very controversial issue. we did it because we thought it was effective. we thought it was necessary. and ultimately the lawyers concluded the department of justice that it would be lawful. >> can we switch gears to today's politics. >> okay. >> what do you make of what's going on with hillary clinton, e-mail with the fbi and now jason chaffetz talked to brian about how he wrote a letter to the u.s. attorney for washington, d.c. saying, after we asked for all the records, save all the letters, save all the records and we subpoenaed them, they erased them. >> yeah. i don't know what the fbi looked at what their investigation included -- >> that is clearly against the law, isn't it? >> typically congress or the fbi or an investigator will give you notice. you have to preserve all that information and all evidence. after that you can be charged
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with obstruction of justice. i don't know what i don't know. people ask, what do you think what's going on here? i can understand why some americans, many americans, are frustrated. they're mystified about how could this be? how could someone do this and get away with it? weren't any laws broken here. but again, i don't know what i don't know. i wish i had more information and could give you some answers. >> have you figured out what you're going to do on november 8th when it comes to voting? >> i'm still making up my mind. >> i heard you last night. haven't decided yet. >> isn't that the reason swrooel these three presidential debates try to get more information, try to inform the american public. i want to see them standing by side by side. >> i figured you would be an republican vote. >> i believe in republican values. lot a about the party i believe in, but i think all of us, all americans, need to look at each of these candidates and decide who is best to lead this country. who is best for me and my
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family. at the end of the day, i'm going to do what's best for me and my family. >> you'll be watching fox news channel we hope on the night of the debate. >> absolutely. >> the new book is called "true faith and allegiance." alberto gonzalez former attorney general of the united states. thank you, sir. >> good to be with you. >> good to have you. straight ahead, one of the country music's loveliest ladies is getting ready for a brand new cross-country tour but she is stopping here first. martina mcbride coming up next. ♪ ♪ wish upon a shooting star ♪ you're beautiful the way you are ♪ i am totally blind. i lost my sight in afghanistan.
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gosh, those lyrics, your music affects us in a mighty way. she is one of country music's biggest stars. she released her 13th studio album called "reckless." she's about to kick off a brand new tour all across the country. >> thrilled to have martina mcbride right before us before she'll sing. i heard you warming up this morning, incredible. >> thank you. >> also atypical. you're not usually up at 5:00 a.m. >> i usually don't sing until i had my coffee and settled in for the day. >> we're glad you did. you have to tell us about this. this is the sara cannon band against cancer campaign. >> it's a national campaign. i partnered with the sara cannon hospitals. we're doing five shows part of a tour. to raise awareness and it's a national campaign for people to find resources in their own community close to home to help them fight cancer. it also raises money for blood cancer research, leukemia and
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lymphoma society. you go and have a fun show and you're doing a bunch of good work, too, at the same time. >> part of your new tour you're kicking off and heading all over the place. >> yeah. we do the band against cancer tour and then we come back in october and kick off our love unleashed tour, which will be all over the country. >> how do you balance -- you have three children at home in nashville. how do you balance the tours and being a mom? >> well, you know, now my daughters -- i have three daughters. >> and a dog. >> and a dog, yes. one is 21, the one on the left or i don't know if it's the right if you're looking at the camera. then i have an 18-year-old we just dropped off at college a couple weeks ago and then an 11-year-old. so, you know, it's obviously gotten easier now that two of them are out on their own. but as far as when i was coming up and having a career, we just took them with us >> wow. >> we kind of grew up on a tour bus on tour and we had a lot of fun on the road. >> are you trying to tell me
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that your life is not like the tv series "nashville." it was different? >> what was it like dropping your daughter off at school? >> brian had to do it. you had to do with all three of yours. >> let freedom ring! that's what it's like, independence day for them. >> usually the mom is just buckets of tears. >> you know, it's a bittersweet thing. i'm super excited for her and for her to start her new adventure. and then, you know, it's sad because we miss her. so it's a different -- it's definitely different dynamic in the house. >> you should write a song about it. that would be a great country music song. >> write about dropping them off, the buckets of tears. >> yeah. >> you're going to be singing "reckless" with us shortly. can you tell us what this song means? >> yeah. it's the title track of the new album. it's really just a song about being grateful for unconditional love. it's about somebody who is reckless enough to see you at
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your best and at your worst and still love you any way. and so, the lyrics really touched me and i love singing it. >> what's your favorite song or your most popular song that everyone, when ever you're out in public -- >> martina, play this, sing this. >> probably "independence day" still to this day is the one i couldn't get away without performing live. >> mar tee narks you have to come back later and sing for us, right? >> i am. can't wait. >> it will be great. >> thank you. meanwhile, coming up, before that, donald trump's running mate and indiana governor mike pence will join us in a few moments. we have a lot to talk about. you don't want to miss that. he's coming up next. and he roasted everyone from justin bieber to donald trump -- >> you like my trump-ado? >> it's good. >> trying to honor you in everywhere i can. >> he cut out the punch line.
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>> i recognize these hands. are you the center? >> this is shaquille o'neal, ladies and gentlemen. >> yep. i'm going to try to explain that at the top of the hour. i hope you buy that excuse. i won't have to destroy a blackberry in order to sell you on it. keep in mind, mornings are better with friends. watch. ♪ ♪ let freedom ring independence day, martina mcbride just with us. she'll be singing a brand new song this hour called "reckless." good morning. >> good morning. there will be a costume change. >> and coming up, vice president nominee mike pence, who is also governor of indiana, he'll be joining us about the fast-breaking news and the fast-changing poll numbers that has us in a virtually flat footed tie. >> this will be the first time we had him on the program live
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since the day after donald trump announced him as the big show in cleveland. >> exactly right. >> i wonder if he'll be nervous. >> i think he's done this a time or two. >> i think so, too. >> yesterday donald trump was on a plane. he was taking some questions, as was hillary clinton. one of the questions was, hey, when are you going to release your tax returns? oh, yeah, i'll do it when hillary clinton releases her e-mails. so it looks like she'll do that. hillary clinton was trying to change the subject from the fbi investigation of the notes that were released and here they are both. >> clearly his tax returns tell a story that the american people deserve and need to know. and if he's going to pursue this campaign, he owes it to the american people to come clean and release those tax returns. >> nobody cares about it except some of the folks in the media. nobody cares about it. how does she talk about my tax returns. she has 33,000 e-mail she is deleted. when is she going to release her
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e-mails? she knows how to find it. i'll release my tax returns immediately. >> that may be the last time she mentions that because you need to release your tax returns, he's going to come back constantly and say where are those deleted e-mails and remind all of you about this e-mail scandal. >> some more of that quid pro quo stuff. we asked you what you thought about that. steve, another steve out there in tv land wrote this, how about hillary releasing her speeches to wall street before trump releases her tax returns. i don't care how much money trump made. i do care about hillary and how much she made and their money. >> good for trump. tax returns are irrelevant. deliberately deleting documents concerning the security of the u.s. is very relevant. >> it would be a lot easier if he just released them but he says he is under audit. jessica says two wrongs don't make a right. if he wants to be president, he has to be better than the competition. >> we'll talk to governor mike
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pence republican from indiana coming up within the half hour. stay tuned for that. meanwhile, a brand new e-mail bomb shell for hillary clinton this morning. i know you heard a lot about it. we have something new. >> there's new claims that she and her staff tried to plant questions during that first hearing on benghazi. >> yep. now clinton is desperately trying to change the subject. mike emmanuel is life on the campaign trail in westchester, new york. mike? >> reporter: brian, ainsley, steve, good morning. hillary clinton has tried to move her campaign forward, talking about national security after weeks of questions about her e-mail and clinton foundation controversies, clinton was in tampa, florida, near u.s. central command, the military headquarters there talking about national security and foreign policy. she took to aim at donald trump's policies, for example on nuclear weapons. >> he's very loose in his talk about nukes. he says he doesn't care if ore countries get them, doesn't know why they haven't been used
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already. it's so mind boggling when i hear these things i say that can't be true. and then they replay it for me again. >> our colleague is out with a new report about the clinton's team interaction with the then acting chairman of the senate foreign relations committee bob menendez of new jersey. citizens united released a january 2013 e-mail from then clinton aide to chelsea clinton ahead of a foreign relations hearing looking into the benghazi terror attack writing -- we wired that menendez would release two topics we needed to debunk. her actions, whereabouts on 9/11 and these e-mails about chris stevens about moving locations. then there was this moment in the foreign relations hearing with menendez playing a leading role. >> can you give us your insights on the decision making process regarding the location of the mission? as part of that, can you also in
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your response you touched upon it in your opening statement, but what actions were you and your staff taking the night of september 11th and into september 12th? >> as for the campaign, hillary clinton is back here in new york ahead of her appearance in a televised national security forrum. steve, ainsley, brian? >> mike emmanuel, thank you very much live from west chester. >> that was good acting from menendez from my state of new jersey pretty much read the script. >> just shows what hillary clinton's concerns were going into this hearing and her plotting, plotting to make her look good. >> and those two people her key aides. her daughter a big adviser and her daughter and ryan is the long-time spokesperson and message handler as well. >> while she was senator of new york. >> jason chaffetz is saying enough is enough and is asking for a new investigation. he is asking the u.s. attorney for the direct of columbia to
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investigation this e-mail scandal. it just continues to get worse and worse. apparently her aide and contractors tried to delay the congressional inquiry by deleting e-mails. they were subpoenaed. these e-mails were supposed to be -- they were subpoenaed. >> she got the subpoena. she got a letter from congress saying save everything. >> right. and she didn't. and her aides went and deleted it all. they purged a handful of these e-mails. >> jason chaffetz sat down with brian less than an hour ago talking about, look, we're thinking about a new hearing because we didn't have all the evidence then. we don't have all of it yet, but we got more. listen to this. >> when we had our hearing with director comey, i asked him very specifically if he had looked at what hillary clinton had said under oath and he said he never even looked at that type of thing. didn't even take it into consideration. so the house of representatives got to stand up for itself. i'm tired of congress sending off letters and not doing
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anything. we have some equities here that we have to protect and to protect those federal records. the fbi since that time has come out and said they found 14,900 more e-mails. the associated press is suing the state department because they still can't even get hillary clinton's calendar from 2009. so, there are a lot of documents and things out there the public has a right to have. they're federal records. they're not her e-mails and we are going to get to the truth. >> they are getting back to those calendars will be released at the end of this month. originally they said we'll hold on to them. they're online. they exist. there's no reason to hold on to the calendars if there was -- >> she works for us. we pay -- if you work for the government, you work for us. we should be able to see what your calendar looks like. >> maybe the calendar shows she met with somebody from somewhere and on thursday as we know from clinton somebody gave must be to clinton foundation. >> if you don't have anything to hide, let us read the schedule
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and e-mails. meanwhile, julian assange gets documents not through foye ya but through hackers who give them to wikileaks. he was on with sean hannity last night saying hillary clinton said to the fbi, according to the files, that she didn't know what the c in brackets meant. that, ladies and gentlemen, is a lie, according to mr. assange listen. >> hillary clinton says she can't remember what a c in brackets stands for. everyone in positions of government and in wikileaks knows it stands for classified confidential. in fact, we have already released thousands of cables by hillary clinton, here she is, clinton -- see that's her signature. clinton, c in bracket right there. thousands of examples where she herself has used a c in brackets and signed it off and more than 22,000 times that she has received cables from others with
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the c in brackets. so it's absolutely incredible for clinton to lie. she is lying about not knowing what that is. >> she's saying because she's in public office for so long. her husband was president. she sent and received thousands, not just one, thousands so she had to know what the c stood for. >> the more you read -- i have all the pages over here, 39 pages from the investigation from the notes, the more you read the more you think you might be right from last week or two weeks ago when you said there's political pressure on the fbi. the pressure could have gotten to -- that makes you get one conclusion. it's so disillusioning to think that a government official will try to put that -- pull the wool over our eyes in that rudimentary of a fashion and the fbi might be complicit. >> one of the things julian assange says, he has many more they'll be releasing in batches. could come next week or the week after. we could have not only an october surprise but september.
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>> he said they'll all be released before the election. any way 8:11 here in new york city. heather joins us with the headlines. >> good morning. a fox news alert to start with right now. iran playing with fire. harassing another u.s. warship. this is similar to the encounter that happened in august that was caught on camera. watch this. >> no response. weapons uncovered. man conducting patrol. >> this time one of the iranian boats stopping less than 100 yards in front of our ship, forcing that patrol ship to change directions to avoid a possible collision. well, this happening after a u.s. ship was forced to fire three warning shots during a similar incident just weeks ago. a desperate search at this hour for a dangerous suspect that police say walked into a restaurant and randomly slashed a man's throat. this happened in denver, colorado, and that attack was so violent it happened in the
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middle of the day. police say that the man was holding a knife. he walked up behind a customer and slashed his throat before taking off. that victim was seriously hurt but is expected to survive. panic on a plane packed with passengers after a man starts screaming in arabic. it was united airlines flight that was forced to make an emergency landing in nashville after the crusade that mohammed al dorsy became violent and started kicking and breaking a bathroom door. police stormed that cincinnati-bound plane. they arrested him. he's now been charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct. and a big bank now claims big brother goldman sachs reportedly banning high-ranking partners at its firm from donating to donald trump's campaign. politico says the company told staff it wants to avoid looking like it's taking sides or engaging in a pay to play scheme. the catch though, top officials can still donate to hillary
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clinton's campaign because she's not a part of a sitting federal office. that is raising some eyebrows. >> that's very convenient. thank you very much, well, hey, there, you thinking about skipping out on national anthem? colin kaepernick style, you know he did it. meet the coach that was going to keep his players on the bench if they decide they're not going to stand up. and what would happen if you answered i don't know 327 different times from the fbi? that's how many times hillary clinton and her aides forgot the answers when asked about her e-mail server and other things. the reporter exposing that new development here next. i have asthma...
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327, that's how many times hillary clinton and her aide were unable to recall facts about the private e-mail server setup, including details around its setup and whether clinton asked permission to use a personal e-mail account at all. >> here with his reaction, thing with washington, d.c. bureau chief of the new york post. daniel, you put this number together. are you stunned by it?
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>> yeah. it's very, very high obviously, higher than anybody i think would guess. republican national committee they scoured the transcripts of various depositions, fbi notes from four clinton aides including cheryl mills, huma abedin and came up with this number 327 times when they were asked a certain question and all of a sudden they were hit with amnesia. so, it's kind of convenient for them not to remember key facts in this investigation and i think it's interesting we're just learning about this now. >> key embarrassing facts, daniel. >> true. >> some of these people were attorneys. if they told something that would harm hillary clinton's chances to be president of the united states, that would blow everything up. >> yeah, at least half of them are attorneys. it's interesting if you talk to any attorney, if you talk to any prosecutor, of course anybody the subject of a criminal investigation is going to tell you they can't remember or deny anything. what's interesting about this case in particular i think there was a lot of deference given to
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their word. the fact that when hillary clinton says she didn't know that c stands for confidential or classified on these markings on some of these notes, why is she believed? why is the assumption that she is telling the truth? why isn't the assumption that she isn't and looking for further facts to perhaps bolster that case. i think lots of subjects in criminal investigations were never given the benefit of the doubt. these powerful people have been. >> what about the benefit of having cheryl mills sit in on your interview? why was she allowed to storm out and not come back. >> it's interesting. cheryl mills was hillary's lawyer? of course you're allowed to have your lawyer present, the weird thing she was also subject of criminal investigation. it's kind of strange and perhaps unheard of for that connection to be allowed for you both -- the lawyer also to be the subject and for her to be able to hear multiple interviews and hear what's going on. >> sure. >> it's not common practice.
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>> then again, you know, maybe they don't know the answer and maybe they don't recall. maybe they weren't in on the decisions but nonetheless, when you look at the numbers, whoa, that's some number. >> well, we'll never know. that's the problem. we'll never know what she really believes what she really knows. unfortunately investigators didn't see it worth pursuing the facts outside of it. we can only -- they took their word at face value. >> jason chaffetz isn't stopping the chairman of oversight said he is going to start looking into it because of things like that 327 number. daniel halper thanks so much. >> thanks guys. >> what do you think about that e-mail? are you buying it. meanwhile, donald trump's running mate and indiana governor mike pence will join us in a couple of minutes. we have a lot to talk about. you don't want to miss that. >> yep. comedian jeff ross is known for roasting celebrities like justin bieber but now he is roasting cops in a way you'll like. he joins us to talk about his
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hi. quick look at the headlines right now. breaking right now, obviously, devastating news that could change hollywood forever. taylor swift and tom hiddleston are finished. it's splitsville. it's true. >> devastating. >> i loved them. ♪ never ever ever getting back together ♪ ♪ we >> i wonder what song she is going to write about this one. taylor and tom dated for just three months. word is she didn't like his pda. what does that mean? >> personal digital assistant? >> and the news all of america has been anticipating for
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months, a major announcement from kelly ripa, rumors are swirling after the live host she has something to share on today's show. former co-host michael strahan caused national outrage when he left for "gma" earlier this year. he started full time there today. >> i think they'll announce she'll get a co-host. >> pda stands for personal display of attention. >> he roasted everyone from donald trump and justin bieber. >> now jeff ross is taking on a very serious issue with comedy. >> why are we talking about him? he is joining us right now live and taking on the boston police department. look at this tape. >> white cop/black cop dynamic come into play on how you deal with certain things? racially charged times. >> the black people don't talk to me. they talk to him. >> why? >> they know if we go to certain areas, that'll -- it's a
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racially charged point. they'll look at him, why are you on his side? >> i'm not on anybody's side. i'm on the side of the law. >> wow. right there that's fascinating. right now jeff ross joins us. funny guy taking on a serious topic, why? >> i wanted to see what it was like. roasting brings people together. people have been tough on the cops. i wouldn't want to be a cop right now and i was curious. >> what did you do? >> i went there for five days. did ride-a-longs. the cops are a tough crowd. it took a while to break them. cops are very skeptical obviously. i left for a week. came back and wrote an act. >> with traditional roast going back to the days of dean martin. >> sure. >> a bunch of people go up on a day yas in a ballroom and make pot shots at somebody. this is the combination of a roast and journalism. you go out and shoot it
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documentary style. >> it's interesting. comedians -- people open up to comics. it's like having a back stage pass to the world. i put a bullet proof vest and body cam, brought comes up on stage one at a time and speed roasted them. it's almost a social experiment to see what makes the cops laugh. >> we saw a little clip. when can we watch the whole thing, saturday night at 11:00 p.m. >> in a speed roast what would typical comments to a boston police officer be? >> you know what, every kind of joke you could make except, you know, it's funny -- i don't want to say the jokes because they're pretty rough. i wanted to see if the cops would laugh or would they want to shoot me. the answer was -- >> both. >> a little bit of both. a little bit of both. my opening joke was pretty good. i said every morning when a police officer leaves the house, his wife and kids have no idea if he's even coming home that night because he might fall asleep at his girlfriend's house. >> wow. >> you said that? >> you said they were skeptical. >> yeah. >> they didn't like you at first. >> they didn't trust me at
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first. >> why? >> because i went to a black lives matter. like most white guys in america, i had no idea how bad things were between the cops and the community. it was right outside here actually. here are the cops protecting the very protesters that are screaming at them. the whole thing made me very upset and i got very curious. that's when i decided to go and do this. >> you say that some people take the side of the cops some people take the side of the protesters. no one talks to the cops. you wanted to get their perspective. not to give away your show, where are we at? what did you learn? >> i learned that no one is talking to each other. the protesters, their mantra is which side are you on. the cops weren't very trusting. i challenged the most open minds on both sides to start talking to each other. >> you talked to a black cop who says when i go to a black neighborhood, they don't want to talk to me. >> yeah. well, this has to end. this is not a sustainable world we're living in. it's practically a civil war right now. >> it does have to end, but how did it start? >> it probably started before
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our time. it sounds like this goes -- there's some african-american woman in the show saying she was hassled by cops as a young child in the '50s. >> nothing new. >> this isn't the first time you've done this. you embedded in a prison, maximum security prison last year. >> yeah. i roasted criminals. much better crowd. [ laughter ]. >> captive audience. >> they are. and you know what, i believe in second chances. i wanted to humanize the inmates, so i went in and inside every orange jump suit is a person and we forget that sometimes. >> well, it's a roast, but really it's a tribute to the men and women who wear the uniform. >> i think all roasts is out of love and affection. >> really? >> you have to dig deep to find it. >> all right. especially after the first joke. jeff ross is going to roast the cops september 10th, saturday night 10:00 p.m. >> 11:00 p.m. >> 11:00 p.m. >> good deal. >> thanks, jeff, great to see you. >> meanwhile straight ahead. >> attention athletes if you're thinking of skipping out on the national anthem colin kaepernick style, meet the coach who will
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keep his players on the bench if they don't stand up. >> speaking of the same topic. donald trump vowed to release his tax returns under one condition -- >> when is she going to release her e-mails? she probably knows how to find it. let her release her e-mails and i'll release my tax returns immediately. >> but they're under audit. his running mate governor mike pence joins us after the break. ♪ relief often leads here. introducing drug-free aleve direct therapy. a high intensity tens device that uses technology once only in doctors' offices. for deep penetrating relief at the source. new aleve direct therapy. [phone buzzing] some things are simply impossible to ignore. the strikingly designed lexus nx turbo and hybrid. the suv that dares to go beyond utility. this is the pursuit of perfection.
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she has 33,000 e-mails that she deleted. when is she going to release her e-mails? she probably knows how to find it. let her release her e-mails and i'll release my tax returns immediately. >> now we have a deal. he will release his taxes when she releases those e-mails. joining us live from his hometown of indianapolis, we have the governor of that great state mike pence. good morning. >> good morning, guys. >> what do you think? do you think hillary clinton will take donald trump up on that? she will release those e-mails and he has to release his taxes? >> well, look, donald trump and i made it both clear we're both going to release our tax returns. mine will be out late they are week. it will be a quick read for me. and he'll release his tax returns after the audit is done. but last night you heard donald trump i think essentially double down on the really important issue in this campaign which is the fact that what's becoming more evident to the american people everyday is that while she was secretary of state, hillary clinton and the clinton
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foundation were taking major foreign donors contributions to that foundation and as the ap reported those individuals major donors were more than half of the meetings that she granted while she was secretary of state. this pay to play politics has begun to come to light for the american people, but it's time for hillary clinton to come clean and make all of those e-mails available. i mean, i have to tell you, it really is breathtaking when you look at it that after "the new york times" first reported that she had a private server in early march of last year she was -- there was congressional requests. there were specific requests for all of those e-mails to be preserved and then we find out some time between march 25th and march 31st that the company that operated her private server used a high-tech system called bleach bit to completely eradicate all of those e-mails. you know, that doesn't look like politics to me. that looks like obstruction and the american people deserve to
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know what was in those e-mails so that they have the full record of hillary clinton's tenure as secretary of state and the activities of the clinton foundation. >> now that all of this has come to light, is that the reason you are doing better in the polls? >> no. i think the reason that donald trump is catching on all over america now evident in the polls is because of his message. i mean, donald trump and i are campaigning all across the country. earlier this week in ohio together, i'll be in california the next two days. he's last night in the carolinas. you know, the message that donald trump is delivering to make america great again, focussing on security, on prosperity, on the supreme court of the united states and on ensuring we have the highest standards of sbegfy and highest office in the land is connecting to the american people. we're winning more hearts and more minds everyday. i think november 8th will be a great, great victory for all the people of this country.
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>> governor f you look inside the numbers and i know you do if you want to be victorious, you have to be the first to do something republicans have traditionally maybe taken for granted and that's win over white college educated voters. you're losing in 30 of the 50 states by a substantial margin. what's not resonating? >> well, look, i actually think it's still early in this election. we just passed through labor day. we were canvassing both campaigns were canvassing across the battleground state of ohio. now quite frankly i think people all across the spectrum are really beginning to focus. undecided voters are beginning to focus. and i think they look at donald trump who has now laid out a plan to get the economy moving again, to end illegal immigration, to name and to confront and to destroy isis and radical islamic terrorism as a threat to the world. this entire agenda is resonating with people across the country. all we get from hillary clinton
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and tim kaine are insults. insults are not a plan. american people are responding to the positive agenda that donald trump has to make america great again. >> governor, i think a lot of americans are embarrassed by the fact that on the world stage america looks kind of weak. we've been showing these images of the little iranian boats harassing the big american ships over the weekend. we saw the chinese wouldn't bring out the special american staircase. wouldn't roll out the red carpet. the president had to take the back steps the back end of the airplane. >> what about the philippine president saying dispairaging terms about president obama. >> how do we reestablish respect around the world? right now it's sorely wanting. >> there's no question the last seven and a half years of barack obama and hillary clinton leadership on the world stage has weakened america's place in the world and eroded american
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credibility. the way we restore american credibility is electing a president who will command the respect of the world. all of those incidents that you talk about just in the past week all demonstrate that whether it be the vulgar diatribe of the president of the fill fephilipp the unwillingness in china to roll the staircase up to air force one, they give lack of respect for this president and lack of respect for this country that is totally unacceptable. hillary clinton's comments "the new york times" this morning was with the refusal to roll the staircase up that donald trump's pledge that we would have just shut the door and flown the plane off, she said something like, well you have to get off the plane and do the work. no, hillary, you have to command the respect of the world. donald trump made it clear, if they weren't going to wheel the staircase up, the plane was going to roll. i guarantee you, five minutes
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after that tower was informed in beijing that we were going to roll, i guarantee you that staircase would have been rolled up to air force one and the president would have been able to walk off with dignity. >> there's no g20 without america. >> governor, hillary clinton was on her plane. one of the reporters in the back had an orange and wrote in a black sharpie, who would you rather have dinner with, donald trump or putin? you can see it there. rolled the orange down the aisle of the plane up to hillary clinton and she rolled it back and circled putin. doesn't look like you'll have dinner with her any time soon. she would rather have dinner with putin. >> well, this is look, the orange got rolled on my plane as well and we had a little fun with it. >> what did you circumstance? >> it did? what did you circle? >> they asked me what my favorite song from six pence none the richer was. i said it was "holiday for two." but this is little bit of stress
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relief for everybody. look, quite honestly, i think the clinton campaign actually is clarifying the orange now and saying they misunderstood the question. i mean, look -- >> what? >> donald trump showed in mexico city even with the president in mexico with whom he has strong differences of opinion, he'll be the kind of president that can sit down with anybody. hillary clinton says she can't en agree to sit down for dinner with donald trump. i just got to tell you, the american people -- the american people know donald trump will be the kind of leader that's going to be able to work with leaders across this country and across the world. >> putin is the new orange. real quick, governor, one of the never seem to be never trump very big critic of trump has decided to support and vote for him mark levine, what does that mean? >> he has been a tremendously important voice in the conservative movement. i can tell you donald trump and i couldn't be more grateful to have his support.
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i think it's also emblematic that leaders around the country are being drawn to his positive message to make america great again. donald trump and i are going to continue to travel across the country. you know, not with a series of speeches that are essentially predicated on insults, but a series of speeches that focus on where the american people are focussed and that is on jobs and on security, on ensuring the strict constructionists are appointed to the supreme court of the united states and that we're going to have a president that will uphold the highest standards of office -- the highest standards of integrity in the land. that message is resonating. we're tremendously grateful for mark levine's support and more grateful to the people coming out to these rally ace cross the country and more and more people recognize when we elect donald trump we'll make america great again. >> we thank you very much for stopping by. you have a busy day. not far from the governor's residence there in indianapolis. mike pence, thank you, governor. >> thank you, governor.
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>> thank you. coming up straight ahead, yep, we still have more show to go. this was all smiles when he was walking out of gitmo, but he is now on a hunger strike protesting his new living conditions. >> outside of gitmo. >> as a free man. that story next. plus she sold 18 million albums worth six number one hits and now martina mcbride is getting ready to perform live right here on "fox & friends" so keep it here. ♪ ♪ i'm going to make this as simple as possible for you. you can go ahead and stick with that complicated credit card that limits where you earn bonus cash back. or... you can get the quicksilver card from capital one. quicksilver earns you unlimited 1.5% cash back on ev-e-ry purchase, ev-e-ry-where. i shouldn't have to ask. what's in your wallet?
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quick look at the headlines now. stand in line or ride the pine? that's the message from john tor tell la ahead of the world cup of hockey later this month. he tells espn he will not tolerate any players sitting in solidarity with san francisco 49er backup quarterback colin kaepernick. he was of course boycotting the national anthem.
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if they do, he says they'll be riding the bench the rest of the game. and -- ever gotten a massage from a future hall of famer? i did. >> who is behind you? who is massaging you? >> wait a second. i recognize these hands. are you the center? this is shaquille o'neal, ladies and gentlemen. >> shaquille o'neal joining us earlier this morning because i seemed a little tense. using his world class hands to relieve some stress in a very taxing time on the couch. >> you're a pretty tall guy, but next to shaq -- >> not as tall. >> not so tall. >> go ahead. >> he has a bright future as massage envy. >> i've never been so relaxed. >> he's a funny guy. >> that was cute. meanwhile, switching gears, a dangerous exgitmo detain knee is so upset over the new living conditions freedom in the country of uruguay he is willing to starve himself to get back to
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cur turkey. >> it can't be that bad because he's been seen partying with friends. >> ed, the gitmo guy is not happy. >> good morning, guys. this is a syrian-born terrorist who got out of the prison at gitmo and yet somehow still not happy. gone on a hunger strike that left him so weak he was hospitalized for a brief time. he is a 45-year-old former prisoner at gitmo. locked up for having tied to al qaeda. he is released to uruguay with five other gitmo detainees. he was all smiles. living it up. does not appear like the officials kept a close eye on him. american lawmakers furious because the terrorists went missing for a few months. he appeared to make it to brazil before turning up at the end of the july in venezuela. now back in uruguay and went on that hunger strike. he is mad that local officials have not done enough to help get him back to turkey. that's where he has relatives.
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several,000 miles away. who is going to pay for the flight? uruguay has been giving him money and social services but now this terrorist is mad that a nongovernmental organization owes him about three months in aid. so he is looking for another handout guys. >> let's see what happens. ed, thank you very much. coming up straight ahead, martina mcbride will join us live with a new song. can't wait. there's something out there. that can be serious, even fatal to infants. it's whooping cough, and people can spread it without knowing it. understand the danger your new grandchild faces. talk to your doctor or pharmacist about a whooping cough vaccination today.
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i have some bad news. >> what? >> we got some oranges to write some messages on to roll through the halls here at fox. i was going to write paper or plastic and roll it? who would you rather have lunch with? what they did on hillary's plane yesterday, the sharpie does not write on orange. >> that's a problem. >> don't forget tomorrow's show. bob mass will be here to answer some of your real estate questions and we'll have the latest breaking news about the
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oversight committee looking into hillary's e-mail. >> we'll do the after the show-show with martina mcbride. >> she was terrific. >> if you have to run from the tv, run to the radio from 9 to 12:00 p.m. >> have a wonderful wednesday. bill: morning, everybody. top republicans calling for an investigation into the hillary clinton email scandal. they want to know if hillary clinton and her staff destroyed evidence and obstructed justice. martha: good morning, bill hemmer. i'm martha maccallum. all of this comes after the f.b.i. quietly released the notes from their investigation and the interview they did with hillary clinton. the document rereal clinton's emails were deleted using a special software called bleach bit and a couple devices her smashed with a

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